11-15 February 2018: Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) / Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO) session at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting
Pacific Arctic Group (PAG) / Distributed Biological Observatory (DBO) session at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting to be held in Portland, Oregon, USA from Feb 11-15, 2018. Session title is “The Distributed Biological Observatory: An Expanding Change Detection Array in the Marine Arctic”.
Further information about the OSM18 meeting and how to submit an abstract can be found at http://osm.agu.org/2018/.
The next meetings of the Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management and the Arctic Data Committee will be held from 16 till 18 September 2017 in conjunction with the 10th RDA Plenary in Montreal. The venue will be Centre Mont-Royal, Montreal, Canada. Limited space is available at the meeting venue, so we would ask that your confirm your meeting attendance as soon as possible (RSVP Marten.Tacoma@nioz.nl). Please include which meetings you wish to attend.
Saturday 16 September and Sunday 17 September will be separate meetings of SCADM and ADC. Monday 18 September will be a joint meeting of SCADM and ADC. All days the meetings will start around 9 and end by the latest at 6. We are working on a detailed agenda for the meetings, this will be distributed later.
For information about travel, accommodation and visa information please have a look at https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-tenth-plenary-meeting-montr%C3%A9al-canada If you only attend the ADC and/or SCADM meeting and need an invitation letter please contact us.
To attend the RDA Plenary you must register trough the RDA website at https://www.rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-tenth-plenary-meeting-montr%C3%A9al-canada (early bird registration is available until 14 August 2017 midnight EDT). The RDA Plenary will close 21 September early in the afternoon.
More detailed information about the SCADM and ADC meetings will be posted soon at https://www.rd-alliance.org/adc-scadm-meeting-rda-10th-plenary-collocated-event.
Anton van der Putte (SCADM Chair)
Peter Pulsifer (ADC Chair), Stein Tronstad & Marten Tacoma (ADC Vice-chairs)
21 July 2017: Web seminar "The U.S. Arctic Observing Network – Mobilizing Interagency Observing Actions in an Era of Rapid Change"
The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) is pleased to announce that the next Arctic Research Seminar featuring Sandra Starkweather (NOAA/U.S. AON) will be held Friday, 21July 2017 at 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET in the ARCUS D.C. office at 1201 New York Avenue, NW Washington D.C. or online for the webinar live-stream.
Date: Friday, 21 July 2017 at 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET
Speaker: Sandra Starkweather, NOAA/U.S Arctic Observing Network
Presentation Title: The U.S. Arctic Observing Network – Mobilizing Interagency Observing Actions in an Era of Rapid Change
The Polar-Computing RCN is pleased to announce the 2nd HPC-Polar Hackathon to be held at the IACS at Stony Brook University from 01-04 August, 2017. Submissions are welcome. Please see a flyer for details of the event and how to apply. A rolling deadline of June 15. Click here to access the application template.
Svalbard Science Conference – call for abstract is open
The Svalbard Science Conference - cooperation for the future, will take place 6 - 8 November. The goal is to stimulate and inspire scientists in a way that advances research from Svalbard.
Call for abstract is open: programme, registration and call for abstract.
The conference is hosted by the Research Council of Norway and Svalbard Science Forum in collaboration with the Norwegian Polar Institute and the Ny-Ålesund Science Managers Committee (NySMAC).
15-18 January 2018: ISAR-5 / The changing Arctic and its regional to global impact: From information to knowledge and action
Fifth International Symposium on Arctic Research: https://jcar.org/isar-5/